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I throughly enjoyed the book and recommend it to anyone who enjoys reading about history.
This is a review of an exciting new book by Bryan Sykes: SAXONS, VIKINGS, AND CELTS The Genetic Roots of Britain and Ireland, W.W. Norton & Co., 2006, 306 pages.
You have read about the waves of invaders that washed across the Isles, displacing the earlier peoples and starting all-new countries.
An exciting saga of British DNA. The story of the British Isles (Celtic/Pict, Viking, Roman, and Saxon) written indelibly in our DNA.Published 22 days ago by Sandra R. Teeters
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It is surprising that a scientific study of DNA could be so captivating. Mr. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ruth Ann Hixson
This is an excellent and fascinating look at our origins. I am obsessed with genealogy and belong to ancestry. Read morePublished 1 month ago by abbyb
Really interesting until the middle, then it gets kind of dry.Published 1 month ago by Cynthhia L. Gilbane
I don't know how many stars to give this since it is the same book as Blood of the Isles, which I already have. That was the UK edition, this is the US. Read morePublished 1 month ago by L. Lewis
Excellent. Highly informative and fascinating. Written in simple terms, just technical enough but easily understandable. Great read, I will definitely read again.Published 2 months ago by Brian Orion